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Articles by Aaron Zaremsky :: Page 2

  • Write to life

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    Last Friday 89 people, including many villagers, showed up at the Dayton Federal Building to demand justice for John Crawford, who was shot by police in August.

  • Aaron’s Lens – I <3 you

    Love conquers all. (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    Valentines day coats the town in hearts each year. An indication of love for some, or a money-making scheme for the card companies for others. Either way, the images here should showcase the array of hearts around town.

  • Aaron’s Lens – Buildings

    The Glen Helen Building is a unique piece of architecture in the village.

    Here are a set of photos showcasing some unique works of architecture in the village of Yellow Springs. There are plenty more buildings around, and it is more than likely there will be another set in the future.

  • Aaron’s Lens – More Snow

    Frosted branches give the forest a crystalline outline in the winter months. (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    I tried to think of a good reason not to take more pictures of snow and I couldn’t, so here you all go – a set of frozen images from last week’s little blizzard, all taken in the Glen.

  • Aaron’s Lens – A Cozy Fire

    A cozy fire dances against the back of the fireplace (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    In the dead of winter, is there no better way to spend a night than with the warmth of a fire?

  • Aaron’s Lens – MLK March

    Villagers marched through the streets of Yellow Springs to celebrate the life of Martin Luther King Jr (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    These images are of the many people in town who gathered to celebrate the life of Martin Luther King Jr.

  • Aaron’s Lens – Snow

    A snowy greeting to out of town travelers (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    Some of these photos are from the big snow earlier this year which melted almost immediately and before I could put my post up. I thought they were too good to throw away, and wanted to put them up with some extra snow shots for this week. I ask my viewers to be forgiving if you notice some of the snowy scenes do not synch up with what you see outside.

  • Aaron’s Lens – New Year’s Celebration

    The New Year's ball descends upon the crowd.

    The New Year’s celebration this year was rowdy and joyful, with many friends from afar reuniting to share laughter, songs, and drinks for the night.

  • Aaron’s Lens – Textures

    A cracked sidewalk produces interesting textures.

    This week is a study in textures: macro photographs that offer a glimpse of a visually rich and detailed world.

  • Aaron’s Lens – Season’s Trimmings

    A tiny Christmas Tree gives window shoppers a festive treat. (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    It would be inappropriate not to have some seasonal images this time around, so I decided to get some shots of the many “trimmings”, wreaths, and trees that adorn the streets this time of year. I wanted to stay on topic, so my apologies for not including images from other holidays.